TO BE AND NOT TO BE

To be a good Samaritan and a humble publicanHas set my heart afire.

For many locust-eaten yearsI seemed much more the Levite and the Pharisee:Not altogether selfish,Not wholly unconcerned,Appearing somewhat brotherlyAnd willing in small waysTo take responsibility.But I did not walk the talk unfailingly,For there was always much too much of me.

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